Object details

Related period
Second World War (content)
Army Pictorial Service (Production sponsor)
United States Army Signal Corps, 168th Signal Photographic Company (9th Army) (Production company)
United States Army Signal Corps, 166th Signal Photographic Company (Production company)
United States Army Signal Corps, 3264th Signal Service Company, Detachment 57 (Production company)
Vogel, J (Technician/4) (Production individual)
Rothenberger, E J (Technician/4) (Production individual)
Moscow, John W (Production individual)
Place made

whole: Number Of Items/reels/tapes 1

Catalogue number
A70 514-25

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